Canon 5d Mark II | f/11 | 15 seconds | iso 100 | Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L USM @ 70mm
After we finished with Kerry Park on Saturday, we decided to hit up a few other spots in Seattle and of course, the Seattle Public Library was one of them. This is the underside of the west entrance to the library. What’s cool is that I was able to capture some reflected car headlight trails (well, I thought it’s cool anyway)! 😀
Canon 5d Mark II | f/8 | 10 seconds | iso 100 | Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L USM @ 25mm
Here’s another view of the library. The first image was taken camera left looking down the long portion of the overhang. To see a few more Seattle Public Library images I have captured, click >>here<<.
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These shots just made my jaw drop.
Not sure what it looks like in the daytime, but I think the night shot here really rocks for the architecture. Nicely done, David.
Thank you Brandon. I don’t think I will ever grow tired of this building! 😀
Se ve una estructura preciosa, ¡buenísima esa nítidez!, saludos
One sees a precious structure, very good this nítidez!, regards
Thank you Manoli. 🙂
Great night shots!
Thank you very much for visiting and commenting, glad you liked the images! 😀
It’s very interesting achitecture. Thank you for sharing. 🙂
Thank you for your comment Cocomino, always appreciated.